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  1. Ramsay gets the heiress of Winterfell because he now owns Winterfell. Roose rules as Lord Paramount from the Dreadfort. And phrases like " Asha can rescue him" make me hope this is exactly what doesnt happen, as characters need to pick up idiot balls, or conveniently hangout in the right places. A better solution would be Stannis picking up Theon after he's killed the Boltons and allied with the Ironborn under Asha
  2. I thought that if Ramsay meets Jon and tries his hand at being charming, then they might get along pretty well, both being northern bastards who've done well for themselves. Hell, they might even be golf buddies by the end
  3. I think it would be very unrealistic to have Theon bounce back from that kind of torture. I don't know anything about it, but I imagine he's not going to get over it in time to "make a move" for any throne. This experience wont steel him, it broke him and I suspect his storyline will be a rather sad affair, long after Ramsay has been dealt with
  4. How do you want Cersei to die?

    I don't think she's capable of that kind of awareness. She'll still blame whoever it was that finished her family off, rather than herself. I also don't think she cares about Jaime
  5. [Pre-ADwD Spoilers] Jon 3 but actually Jon 1

    Well I don't know about you but I'd be extremely impressed if an 18-22 year old was made Lord Commander, or in charge of anything that significant
  6. Grand Tyrell Conspiracy Theory

    [quote name='Dracaerys' post='1751694' date='Apr 10 2009, 13.18']For me it was really just a continuation of the plotting from aSoS. We know that Olenna and the Tyrells were the ones to kill Joff while Tyrion was handed the blame and it seemed likely to me that killing one monster would be insufficient as a stopping point for the plots. I think Olenna has little to no faith in Cersei though she did feel that Tywin would have been a good leader. Once he was out of the picture there was little left to do but find a way to depose Cersei. Tommen still has enough potential to go either way on the good king/bad king scale. Given the right mentorship he could be just what the Tyrells want in their king. I doubt that Littlefinger is still involved in the plotting though, just due to the distance between himself and the events at hand coupled with the methods of transferring information, but I also think Olenna is more than skilled in intrigue.[/quote] We don't know for certain that the Tyrells did this. People are putting too much trust in Littlefinger's word here. He told Ser Dontos to give Sansa the hairnet after all. The Tyrells may simply be LF's back up catspaws
  7. [quote name='A wilding' post='1554895' date='Oct 14 2008, 08.41']Agreed. I think that the answer is that Roose, at least in ASoS, still needed Ramsay. Roose was after all still stuck south of The Neck, and his hold over the North was not exactly secure. This makes "Arya", and the legitimisation, bribes to keep Ramsay onside. Ramsay OTOH now no longer needs Roose, certainly not once he has got his hands on "Arya". I will not be at all surprised if they turn on each other in ADwD.[/quote] My money's on Ramsay, easily, any time. But they may turn out to be loyal to one another. I mean-who else do they have?
  8. Grand Tyrell Conspiracy Theory

    [quote name='Lord Varys' post='283809' date='May 9 2006, 10.44']But it could be Willas who remains safe in Highgarden that sides the Tyrells with Daenerys when she arrives. The Tyrells were loyal to Aerys, Dany won't forget that, and during ADwD and Book 6 Mace could perish all to lightly.[/quote] For this reason, and because we're due a possible pov with loras, I think the Tyrells are going to go the same way as the starks and lannisters-that is greatly reduced in power. They've had it far too easy up to this point. And yes this is unashamed speculation